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Standing at the beginning of the line, handing out food to clients was Myo Aung. Aung, from Myanmar, said he has used the pantry in the past and decided it would be a good idea to volunteer to give back to the organization. ( Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel ).
The Franciscan Center, 4643 Gaywood Drive, is a food bank which provides services to hungry families in Fort Wayne is down in donations this summer by 58 percent.
A crew from Asplundh Tree Expert Co. cuts up a fallen tree in the 2200 block of Opechee Way in June. About 100 street trees fell during a storm that featured gusts of up to 65 mph. (News-Sentinel file photo by Ellie Bogue)
Damage caused by a late-June wind storm cost the city's parks about $643,000 but that didn't convince the Allen County Solid Waste District to cover $250,000 of the expense Tuesday.      More..
The section of Houk Road from Maples to Rohrbach roads that had been washed has reopened to traffic. The washed- out section of Rorick Road from Lortie to Moore roads is still being worked on but could reopen later this week, weather permitting.      More..
Photos by Sheryl Krieg      More..
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